Taste of Home Cooking School
South Hall at the La Crosse Center
November 4th, 2014
General Admission $16.90
Doors open at 4:45
Click here for tickets.
Information about and from LaCrosse Talk
WI's Do Not Call List or call (866) 966-2255
MN's Do Not Call List or call (800) 921-4110
Federal Do Not Call List or call (888) 382-1222
After 19 years, La Crosse police chief Ed Kondracki is retiring. John Medinger inherited chief Kondracki when he became mayor in 1997.
Medinger talked to Mitch Reynolds on WIZM last night./
There's been a whole lot of construction going on this year at La Crosse's most prominent feature. In fact, the restoration of Bliss Road and a construction project at Grandad Bluff Park was our newsroom's number six local news story on the list of top ten for the year. The Bliss road project was marked by financial cooperation among the city of La Crosse, the county and two towns
Mayor Matt Harter. Bliss reopened in the fall after being closed for more than a year due to a washout. Meanwhile, a one million dollar construction project at Grandad Bluff Park was supposed to be complete by mid-November but that has been delayed until spring.
Eight years in prison is the sentence for an admitted drug dealer convicted of causing a young woman's overdose death.
Cory Koopman will serve that term after a prison sentence for another crime is finished. Koopman sold heroin last year to Mitchell Perner, and Perner's girlfriend Shelby Perkins died after taking the heroin. Shelby's father, Kelly Perkins, accused Koopman and Perner of plotting to kill his daughter. Prosecutor Brian Barton says there was no evidence of such a conspiracy, which is why Koopman was charged with reckless homicide.
Seems as though no one jumped off the Cameron Street Bridge last night though police say clues at the scene opened up a search of the waters below. Officer Avery Schott.
She says just after 7:30 this morning, the owner of the car that was left at the bridge, was found safe and is undergoing a medical evaluation. Search crews were out until 9:30 Wednesday night and were going to resume that search at 9 this morning.
The state elections' agency has asked Milwaukee County prosecutors to
consider charges against a group that tells Walker recall opponents to sign
petitions as Adolf Hitler.
The group sent out fliers saying it's not illegal to sign recall petitions using Hitler's name. But Government Accountability Board director Kevin Kennedy said it is illegal to write false names on recall petitions and in the end, they won't be counted.